Saturday, July 17th 2021
7 - 9pm
Location: LANDMARK'S KENDALL SQUARE CINEMA
One Kendall Square,
355 Binney Street
This screening session features 2 shorts and 1 feature film.
All films are english spoken and/or english subtitled.
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Seating is available on a first come, first served basis. Admission is free of charge. To reserve seats please send your name, number of seats and which screening session(s) you'd like to attend to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll confirm ASAP.
BY SARAH SEENÉ
Lumen (meaning light in Latin) is a sensorial film shot in Super 8 that paints a portrait of an adolescent with albinism. The hypersensitivity that this genetic condition engenders and the lack of pigmentation in her skin and eyes lend her an extraordinary aura. This film echoes a series of photographs entitled Fovea, which takes as its subject visually impaired young people. Running time: 00:01:41
PRISONER NO. I (U.K.)
BY DANIEL WATT
Hanka Świderska is a hoarder and anorexic. She attributes her physical and mental illness to her father's time in Auschwitz. This short, made by her son, examines this connection and is a search for a record of Hanka's father outside the framework of his time in the concentration camp. Running time: 00:10:56
MISSING IN BROOKS COUNTY (U.S.)
BY LISA MOLOMOT AND JEFF BEMISS
Two families search for their loved ones who went missing in the vast ranch lands of Brooks County, Texas, the site of more migrant deaths than anywhere else in the country. On their journey, they meet vigilante ranchers, humanitarian activists, Border Patrol search and rescue teams, and others locked in a proxy version of the national immigration debate. Running time: 01:20:30